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Triumph Bonneville T100 Anniversary

 

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Words: Aaron Frank

Photos: Triumph

Excepting a few years of suspended animation in the ’80s and early ’90s, Triumph is the world’s oldest surviving motorcycle manufacturer, beating Harley-Davidson by one year. This year marks the British firm’s 110th anniversary, celebrated with this limited-edition Bonneville T100 decked out in Aluminum Silver/Khaki Green paint reminiscent of the earliest Triumphs. Other special features include the original Triumph crest on the side covers, plus a chrome chain guard, cam cover and grab rail. Only 250 are slated for the U.S. market, arriving in May at $10,999.

Categories: Industry, Triumph  
 

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